shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Mon Feb 19 00:38:38 GMT 2007
That's a lot of data. This is where types would be very useful for limiting
what comes out of the point share.
If you lose the list of checkpoints you just need to copy it back from your
computer. You also have to have the propper database loaded before loading
the checkpoint list or else the checkpoints won't take. This is something
that we're working on fixing.
On Sun, 18 Feb 2007, Michael O. Hanson wrote:
> I got data for the Appalachian Trail to work. I would be happy to export
> the file but have a question about the radius normally used. The AT covers
> slightly over 2,000 miles. As you probably know, if you attempt to import
> data from a 2,000 mile radius from just about anywhere in the United States,
> you will get far more data than most if not all cell phones can handle. Do
> you want me to include possible data import instructions for that file? I
> would suggest importing data in ten or twenty mile chunks and cutting out
> extra data.
> Would the list of checkpoints I have created be helpful? Keep in mind I
> have not field-tested these data yet. I am still getting data on road
> crossings and water source locations. I expect to do a test-hike in May if
> all goes as planned.
> I sent the list of checkpoints to my computer. If I loose these
> checkpoints, do I need to do anything other than put it in the Loadstone
> directory labeled checkpoints?
> Thank You,
> Mike Hanson
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